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Dr. Tom Stalcup

Wrong Dr. Tom Stalcup?


Local Address: Woods Hole, Massachusetts, United States
Flight 800 Independent Researchers Organization
P.O. Box 2003
Lombard, Illinois 60148
United States

Company Description: Formed in April of 1999, FIRO (Flight 800 Independent Researchers Organization) is a group dedicated to uncovering and publicizing the facts surrounding the crash...   more

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  • PhD , Physics
    Florida State University
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We speak to the filmmakers behind ..., 26 Mar 2014 [cached]
We speak to the filmmakers behind a new documentary on the crash, "TWA Flight 800," former CBS news producer Kristina Borjesson and Tom Stalcup, a physicist and co-founder of Flight 800 Independent Researchers Organization.
About FIRO, 1 Aug 2013 [cached]
FIRO Chairman Tom Stalcup (left) and FIRO FOIA Officer Graeme Sephton at an August 1999 press conference in Washington DC.
"Of course, everyone knows about the ..., 19 June 2013 [cached]
"Of course, everyone knows about the eyewitness statements, but we also have corroborating information from the radar data, and the radar data shows a(n) asymmetric explosion coming out of that plane -- something that didn't happen in the official theory," Tom Stalcup told CNN's New Day.
But some people have come forward, "all saying the same thing: that there was an external force -- not from the center wing tank, there's no evidence of that -- but there is evidence of an external explosion that brought down that plane," Stalcup said.
He cited "corroborating information from the radar data" and complained that "not one single eyewitness was allowed to testify -- that's unheard of."
"The family members need to know what happened to their loved ones," he said.
Asked why such information might have been suppressed, Stalcup said, "That's a question that should be answered when this investigation gets reopened."
Stalcup is co-founder of the Flight 800 Independent Researchers Organization and has been a longtime and passionate critic of the official investigation.
NTSB Watch: Media Resources, 16 July 2008 [cached]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dr. Tom Stalcup, NTSB Watch
NTSB Watch President Dr. Tom Stalcup has petitioned the NTSB for an explanation.
About NTSB Watch President Tom Stalcup, 27 Feb 2011 [cached]
Tom Stalcup
NTSB Watch President Tom Stalcup speaking at the National Press Club in 1999
Tom Stalcup has been reviewing the science and conclusions of National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) airline crash investigations since 1997. As a physicist specializing in superconductors and high magnetic fields, he completed his graduate work at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, FL in 2000. In 2004, Stalcup founded Upward Innovations Inc., a company that designs and sells Internet-enabled satellite transmitters for weather stations.
In 1999, he co-founded FIRO (Flight 800 Independent Researchers Organization), a group of scientists, former airline crash investigators, and aviation professionals researching the crash of TWA Flight 800. FIRO's research includes fully referenced articles on critical pieces of evidence. One such review (published in July 2004) documents how key evidence recovered by Navy salvage ships never made it to the NTSB, the agency mandated by law to determine the cause of the crash.
Stalcup has given numerous talks on the crash to various organizations and has appeared on national and international broadcasts, including the Discovery Channel, the History Channel, MS-NBC, BBC radio, C-span, and a variety of other news outlets. However the media, in large part, has accepted the NTSB's official crash scenario for Flight 800 with little, if any, scrutiny or fact checking.
Stalcup founded NTSB Watch in 2004 after noticing similarities between the NTSB's handling of the November 12, 2001 crash of American Airlines flight 587 and the crash of TWA Flight 800.
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